Lili Reinhart comes out as 'a proud bisexual woman'

On June 3, “Riverdale” star Lili Reinhart

publicly revealed for the first time that

she is a “proud bisexual woman”.

“Although I’ve never announced it publicly

before, I am a proud bisexual woman”.

Reinhart wrote it alongside a flyer

for an LGBTQ+ for Black Lives Matter

protest in West Hollywood, California.

She also encouraged her fans and

followers to “come join” the protest.

Even before her announcement, Reinhart had

been using her social media platforms to condemn

“the racism that exists in this country”.

“We are taught to look at our police officers

as helpful and friendly when we learn about

‘leaders’ in elementary school. Our ‘leaders’ have

failed us today,” Reinhart wrote on Twitter.

“I can’t begin to imagine the horror of worrying

that you won’t be protected by your ‘leaders’ because

of the color of your skin,” she continued.

“I know that white privilege exists and I

[could] never fully understand what it’s like

to be oppressed because of my race. I don’t

have all the right words, but I stand by you”.

Appropriately, Reinhart’s announcement

happened during LGBTQ Pride Month, which takes

place every year during the month of June.

Pride Month honors the 1969 Stonewall

Uprising and the impact that LGBTQ+ individuals

have had on history and society

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